Category: social media

sheep

sheep

On Twitter I followed a few media folks, writers for publications or similar, thinking I would get some insights on topics that wouldn’t be published in articles. Turns out I learned that some of them are incredibly mean, judgmental, and self-righteous. Perhaps I’m hypocritical for saying so, because I often find that the thing I…

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heavy heart

heavy heart

I can’t write about anything else except Houston, Texas, and how the city has endured the near-biblical proportions of flood water by Hurricane Harvey. I’ve got friends and family down there and was watching things happen in almost real-time via Facebook and live stream of the local news. Each pic posted of rising water, an…

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cat men

cat men

There are two people I follow on Instagram that are both British middle-aged men in the creative arts. One is an actor, one is a cinematographer/filmmaker. I really like their work and therefore it seemed logical to follow them on IG. Of course, this makes it possible to learn things about them that are not…

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fancified poems

fancified poems

I’m experimenting with making Pinterest/Instagram/tumblr photos of my poetry from “The Warrior Journey” collection…

summertime

summertime

Hello, it’s been a while since my last blog post. Been busy doing stuff, some of it actually writing! Well, more like outlining. I’ve also gotten on Instagram and you can see the feed on the right. How you like the new theme? Okay, I’ll write a better blog post sometime soon; just wanted to…

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social connect

social connect

I’m still new to how everything connects to everything. It used to be that you had a blog. That’s all. Now there’s so many outlets a person can have to share whatever. Even live video now with Periscope; I’ll think about that later. But today, I am doing the simple thing of linking my blog…

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old school

old school

I missed blogging, but what I really missed was the interaction with my friends through the comments. This is what Xanga was really good at. It’s a shame everybody left when Facebook took off. Everyone I subscribed to on Xanga wrote about whatever they wanted. It wasn’t limited to a 140 characters nor a status…

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